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Baby Clothes Storage Labels – Print and Download

Copy: Serena Faber Nelson

Photography: Serena Faber Nelson

For those who follow me on Instagram, you may know I have a dog obsessed daughter, who is slowly growing up into a young dog obsessed lady.

So this week I’m sharing all my tips for baby clothes storage including our sweet (and free!) baby clothes storage labels (DOWNLOAD below!)

The BEST tips and tricks to store your baby clothes, toys and maternity gear for future use - including 4 free printable baby clothes storage labels.

For me it seemed one day I was announcing my pregnancy and designing a gorgeous, girly nursery then the next day I had a 2 year old on my hands!

As my daughter slowly got too big for her newborn onesies, I started what my husband called ‘my box of sadness’. I’ll admit – a few tears were shed each time a lovingly handpicked item was discarded into the box never to be worn again by my little girl.

But by the end of her first year it was no longer a box of sadness – it was an overflowing mess from hell!

That’s when I got serious and decided these clothes needed to be organized for future use. And just a weekend later, I’m besotted with our gorgeous baby clothes storage.

Keep reading the full post over at IHeart Organizing to see how I did it, and grab your own free printable labels below.

FAVE BABY & TODDLER PICKS

BABY CLOTHES STORAGE LABELS – FREE PRINTABLE

Download our free baby clothes storage labels here:

BABY CLOTHES STORAGE LABELS – Colour: Pink/Peach

BABY CLOTHES STORAGE LABELS – Colour: Blue

BABY TOYS STORAGE LABEL

MATERNITY CLOTHES STORAGE LABEL

Printing Note: I used Avery White Shipping 2 per sheet Labels (size 199.6 x 143.5mm) and printed two labels to each page.

Copy: Serena Faber Nelson

Photography: Serena Faber Nelson

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8 responses to “Baby Clothes Storage Labels – Print and Download”

  1. Heather says:

    Love these labels – I am well past the baby clothes stage, but what a great idea for the other clothes that get handed down from teen to tween! Would you be willing to share a copy with an edit-able title? So instead of “baby clothes” or maternity, I could put in Athletic clothes, dress clothes, etc? Thanks – and keep the amazing ideas coming. 🙂

  2. Ana says:

    I second that……would LOVE to know the font for the words “baby clothes”.

    Thanks!

  3. Candice says:

    These are just beautiful. Thanks for creating these and a big thank you for having made these in blue. I was sorry that I was going to have to pass these up for my baby boy, until I got to the end.

  4. Kathryn says:

    I was wondering what size those plastic bins are and also if you’d be willing to share where you got them from! They are just what I’ve been looking for !!

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